We aren’t completely sure, but we think this is the same house that was up for sale back in 2011. If it was, this 1930s grade II-listed art deco property in Bexleyheath, Kent has certainly jumped up in price a bit.
We aren’t sure though. The seller’s description points to the current owner being here for five years. So either it was pulled from the market last time or it is a different house. If it is another, it is very similar.
Anyway, enough of that speculation, let’s look at what we have, which is an art deco house overlooking a lake and one that has been heavily modernised. Yes, the outside is faithful to the past, but the inside is very much the present.
Not really surprising, as that’s pretty much the norm these days. But this has a rather clean design inside rather than being overly stylised, so the appeal is likely to be wider as a result. Good amount of outside space too, with a large rear garden, a driveway to the front and a garage nestled at the side too.
The space continues inside the house, with an entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining area, kitchen . breakfast area, landing, bathroom, separate toilet, five bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom and of course, the good-sized balcony space.
£1,200,000 is the not inconsiderable asking price.